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Festival Fashion


tʼs that time again, hippies and rockers rejoice. But how do you brave the elements and still look cool during the fest season? A favourite look is definitely hot pants with wellies which allows us girlies to still look the part whether we are stuck in a downpour or the mud. If the sun shines, then ditch the wellies and put on the summer sandals. There is a huge choice this season ranging from platform trainers to the gladiator sandals (making a comeback from last year & also my favourites). Maxi dresses as ever always look the part, check out ASOS black “catching the sun” really cool dress, for a really cool price £28.00 alternatively opt for tie-dye dresses in denim. Then dress it with the fabulous feather and bead bracelet from River Island £6.00.


If you are looking to get the pins out at the festivals this year in hot pants, dress it with a fringed waistcoat, compliment it with wedges, accessorize it with headbands, very funky, I love the black crown from www.rocknrose.co.uk at £36.00. Marks and Spencer are bang on trend too with tie-dye vests from £25.00.


If youʼre looking a for a really good deal, I highly recommend visiting www.boohoo.com you will not be beaten on price and it has such a wide range of choice for us girlies on a budget.


Whatever you wear at this yearʼs festivals, have fun and enjoy!


Caron Westbrook www.caronwestbrookphotography.co.uk Please mention the Muswell Flyer when responding to adverts 17


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